Sun, Nov 18|
Goats + Yoga by Willow City Farm @ Sangamon Reclaimed
Join us for our pre-holiday yoga @ Sangamon Reclaimed! Come for the Bloody Marys, Mimosas and yoga, and nama-stay to check shop their showroom and do some early black Friday shopping! And yes - there will be PUPPIES!!
Time & Location
Nov 18, 2018, 12:00 PM
Sangamon Reclaimed, 1315 Ottis St, Springfield, IL 62703, USA
About The Event
Come join in on the fun! Goats + Yoga is back at Sangamon Reclaimed, and we're sure we'll sell out (again!)
Sangamon Reclaimed is located @ 1315 Ottis St, Springfield, Illinois 62703. If you don't know about these guys, you should!
Goats + Yoga by Willow City Farm is an exciting way to practice yoga while hanging out with some adorable goats (and lambs, and even a calf or two)! You'll practice "barnyard poses" like cow, rooster, climbing goat, downward dog, etc, while our furry friends hang out with you, or even walk all over you. AND... What could possibly make this more fun? Enjoying a cocktail while we play! We'll have Bloody Mary's + Mimosas on hand so you can sip and shop their amazing showroom, and get some early Black Friday shopping in! Drinks are included in the price of your ticket.
A little about Sangamon Reclaimed:
Sangamon Reclaimed is a family owned and operated small business. The owner is a local firefighter and Veteran that recognized not only the beauty and strength of these barns, but what they stand for.
At Sangamon Reclaimed, we believe in honoring our past and preserving it for future generations to come. All of the wood we use in our products has been reclaimed from barns across the Midwest and transformed into an heirloom quality piece by our team of craftsmen in house.
Our craftsmen consist of local Firefighters and Veterans who meticulously dismantle these barns, which have stood as a sign of progress and livelihood for families in rural America for over 100 years. Our Craftsmen then take special care to clean and prepare the wood while retaining the strength and beauty that gives it the unique appeal that cannot be imitated. These barns have stood as a symbol of the American Spirit for generations. Let them continue to stand, in your home, for generations to come.